Our Tutors

Our tutors are carefully selected based on their successes in education and experience in tutoring. We span multiple fields and are specialized in all levels of material. Among us, you will find high achieving undergraduates and also, individuals in medical schools, Masters/Ph.D programs, law schools, and the business world.


Shridhar Kamat


Likes jiu jitsu, running, reading, economics, medicine, and just having a good time.

Tom Tritt


Tom is currently a medical student at New Jersey Medical School. He graduated Stevens Institute of Technology in 2013 with a major of Biomedical Engineering and, most recently, completed his Masters of Science at the Rutgers Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Tom graduated in the top 5% of his class with high honor while founding the Kappa Sigma fraternity at Stevens and participating on the Varsity Golf Team. While at Stevens Tom participated in translational research such as working in conjunction with Hackensack University Medical Center on Department of Defense projects. While at Stevens Tom tutored almost all engineering subjects for the Stevens Academic Support Center as well as being the Scholarship Chair of Kappa Sigma for 2 years, a program which he built. He hopes to become a clinical/translational oncologist working to bring cancer treatment options to rural communities.



I like to be mysterious and shady. I like to do cat things like be super quiet and go on adventures.

Sarangdev Vaidya


Sarangdev is a graduate from Rutgers University University with a Bachelor of Arts in Cell Biology and Neuroscience. While completing his coursework, Sarangdev was involved with pharmacological and biomedical research at the Ernesto Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers. In addition to research Sarangdev also tutored biology and physical sciences to high school students for 3 years. Sarangdev is a great resource for mentoring advice as he was a Peer Mentor for the Aresty Research Center throughout his college career. As a Peer Mentor for undergraduate researchers he educated students on research etiquette, networking, and project presentation. Along with his academic pursuits, Sarangdev has also worked as an Emergency Department clinical information manager at St. Peters University Hospital and volunteered at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital as a nurse’s assistant. Currently he is a Teaching Assistant for Dr. JP Advis in the Animal Sciences department at Rutgers University, teaching Systems Physiology and Endocrinology. Aside from school and work, Sarangdev is a professional musician. He teaches Indian Classical Music and Western musical theory to people of all ages. His hobbies include playing tabla, writing, working out, hiking, and meditating.